On Saturday, May 5th, Children’s Day in Korea, Ambassador Kim You-Churl visited the Korean Language School in Uganda.
In his lecture, Amb. Kim explained what Korean language and history mean in our lives and how important they are in shaping the leaders of tomorrow. He also presented mugs printed with "East Sea" to the students, mentioning that the name East Sea can be recovered in this generation.
Watching the students who listened to Mr. Ambassador’s remarks with twinkles in their eyes, we can predict a bright future for Korea.